Glenn Laga

Founder and President

With an accomplished logistics career spanning 40+ years, Glenn Laga, Founder and President of Guardian Data Destruction, has been an innovator for industry leaders National Retail Transportation, Galco Trans Xpress (founded by Glenn), UPS Logistics, Associated Global Systems, Stonepath Logistics and Airgroup. Eventually, Glenn formed a new logistics company specializing in the packing and shipping of IT assets. A telecom customer request in 2005 exposed Glenn to the growing need for secure, mobile data destruction; Guardian Data Destruction was launched within a year.

A true entrepreneur, Glenn has grown Guardian to become the national leader in the onsite data destruction industry and the asset logistics service provider of choice to Fortune 500 companies. With mobile units across the US and international partnerships, he continues to transform the company with expanded reseller services and project capacity for end of life data destruction, logistics, decommissioning and lift and shift services. A passionate, frequent speaker and panelist for asset disposition industry events, Glenn served on the NAID Board of Directors for two consecutive terms.

Always relationship focused, Glenn is an accomplished fisherman, boater, entertainer, gardener and cook. He enjoys making a daily lunch for Guardian employees and visitors that builds long lasting connections and creates an open forum for discussion and innovation.

Do not take shortcuts with Data Decommissioning

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What does Degaussing really mean?

Degaussing is term we use all the time when talking about our services. When data needs to be erased quickly and inexpensively without destroying physical …

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Don’t let your data fall into the wrong hands

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6 considerations when decommissioning a Data Center

Decommissioning a data center is a complex undertaking. For our clients, maximizing return on investment while mitigating risks is usually at the top of their …

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12 Questions for determining whether your business meets IT security compliance standards

In this fast-paced era of IT technology, data security and data breach prevention should be at the top of every company’s priority list. Protecting and properly …

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Back to basics: data destruction services breakdown

In the New Year, we thought we would take the opportunity to get back to basics of data destruction. Even though proper data destruction (proper being …

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Do you know where your e-waste goes?

At its core, the data destruction process is an intricate one. It is comprised of many moving parts to ensure that every job is done …

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Data Deletion vs. Data Destruction: What’s the difference?

Whether you are a small business or a larger company dealing with highly classified information, one thing is for sure – you don’t want strangers …

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Risk Management: Three risks of IT Asset Disposal

Your company’s risk management should not stop at assessing company operations and uncertainties but should incorporate the risks of IT asset disposition, or disposal. Companies …

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